Fraser Fir

Fraser Fir The Fraser Fir is rapidly becoming the most popular and sought after Christmas tree. It has a pleasant green color with silver on the underside of the needles. This is what gives the tree the "frosted" look that you see in the picture. It has a very pleasant scent, and holds its needles well. The needles are short, about 1" to 1 1/2". The branches are stiff and support decorations well. These characteristics are what makes the Fraser Fir a premier species for use as a Christmas tree.

This tree comes from the Appalachian mountains. It is closely related to the Balsam fir which is native to Wisconsin.

We have a good selection of Fraser Fir for the 2016 season from 4' to 12' tall.

 

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